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   NLCRPD Forensic Team members and Criminal Investigation Unit Detectives and secured a search warrant for further on scene processing. The Office of the Lancaster County District Attorney was consulted concerning the matter in accordance with NLCRPD policy requirements and best practice protocols. The investigation is ongoing and no further information will be released to avoid jeopardizing the continuing nature of the investigation.
From the Northern Lancaster County Regional Police Department’s press release on the stabbing and linked to below in this post.
     Are they serious? What about jeopardizing the public with a vicious stabber on the loose? The public has a right and need to know! The DA’s office needs to issue an update now!

****   According to the Lancaster County Property Assessment website, there are only eight homes in the 400 block of Arrowhead Drive – #’s 400, 401, 403, 407, 409, 411, 415 and 421.
***   The deceased is a male adult, age 80 and further release of identity and determinations as to the cause and manner of death will be made by the Office of the Coroner. 
     This NLCRPD release is being made in response to concerns expressed by nearby residents and to assure community members there is no known existing threat to community safety.
Less than two months ago there was a death investigation in the 400 block of Arrowhead Drive in Lititz (click here for the Crime Watch entry excerpted above).
     The man was never identified but Lancaster Online reported it was suicide by a self-inflicted gunshot (click here).
**   Click here for the Northern Regional Police report on CrimeWatch for the below stabbing.

* Life-threatening injuries (click here for the PennLive report).



 “It’s more gentrification.”
Part of a comment into this site under this post.
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     City council voted unanimously last night to rezone the UPMC Pinnacle property from hospital use to mixed use. 
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  1. Anonymous says:

    I thought I was wrong once, but it turns out I wasn’t.

  2. Anonymous says:

    I have already stated on this site that 1. It was a done deal before any public hearing; 2) It is a for profit “non-profit; 3) Dale High is on its B.O.D.; 4) Taxpayers will foot the bill; 5) It will be a boondoggle like Maw; and more. I have NEVER been wrong about anything I’ve posted here, yet no one listens to me. Why is that? My observations and comments are not predictions. I do not have the time to do all the legwork for those of you who profess to care. I don’t, because I’m smart enough not to live here.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Tax free status?

  4. huh? says:

    Does the city have a guarantee IN WRITING that this won’t be another $800,000 a unit project?

    • Anonymous says:

      I don’t honestly don’t understand what people want to see. Construction is exceedingly expensive. More housing (whatever it’s priced) where there didn’t used to be housing lowers the price of housing for everyone.

      The only way to get low income housing is with heavy tax subsidization. So are we annoyed that there isn’t enough taxpayer funded housing projects? Or is there the perception that this project is getting taxpayer money for a vague promise of low income housing that many don’t think will be fulfilled?

      If there isn’t an injection of tax money on this project, additional market rate housing is still an overall good for housing affordability in Lancaster.

  5. Mike emrick says:

    Hopefully it’s for low income, this would be a beautiful area to mix socioeconomic individuals to create community. The diversity of city council is its strength.

  6. Anonymous says:

    The hood not gonna be happy with affordable housing there.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Told you it was a done deal. Watch for Criz (taxpayer) money soon.

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